The actor who gives life to Hawkeye in the Marvel movies explains that his “mistake” was not putting the brake on
american actor Jeremy Renner, Hawk Eye in Marvel movies, has acknowledged that It was the fault of the serious accident that he suffered on New Year’s Day with his snowplow. In an interview on ABC, from the Walt Disney Company, he apologized to his family for putting them through “this experience & rdquor; so hard. He has explained that she was driving domestic machinery and that, due to carelessness, she did not put the brake on. The accident left him “with more than 30 broken bones & rdquor; and several days in the ICU.
As the snowplow began to skid on the ice, Renner worried about one of his nephews, Alex, who had just released the chains connecting the truck and snowplow. The 52-year-old Hollywood actor stuck out one foot to get a better look at Alex and did not engage the brake. He lost his balance and fell out of the cab.
“You shouldn’t be out of the vehicle when you’re driving it. It’s like being behind the wheel of a car with one foot out,” the wheelchair-bound actor told ABC News journalist Diane Sawyer. “It happened like that. It was my mistake and I have paid for it & rdquor ;, he continued.
Renner, who worried that the snowplow would injure his nephew, said he tried to jump back, but was struck by the vehicle. Besides the broken bones, his lung collapsed and his liver was perforated.
When he woke up in the hospital, the actor made gestures to his family with which he wanted to express “I’m sorry, forgive me.” “It was my responsibility. I feel bad for having caused so much pain. I have managed to recover thanks to titanium and love”, he concluded, referring to the operations he has undergone and the support of his family.